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Previsions Made for Fifty Theu-
sand at Washington.
Free Quarters Will Be Furnished in
Barracks Made of Weed.
Ample Accommodations In
'onrdlnc-IIeuiui anil I'rtvute
HcfKyccs Fer as Many Ad
uiticnuireats as .nay Apply. ,
' Wasiunotex, Sept 5. Chairman
Johp Jey Edaen, of the executive com
mittee for the reception nnd entertain
ment of the G. A. R., has issued a state
ment which Is of interest the grand
army men throughout the country.
Mr. Edisen seys that the Washington
1 executive committee arranged early in
the summer te provlde free quarters for
50,000 men, a total ranging from two te
five times in excess of the number pro
vided with similar accommodations In
ether cities at previous encampments.
.Believing that the extraordinary limit
thus fixed would be entirely ample, but
anxious te quarter all who applied, the
iiommittee in the early part of last
- Jjmenth, notified every Gj A. R. pest in
"the United States te communicate by
. ' September 1, if it desired free accom
modations Up te date free quarters
have been provided for "55,000 comrades
- of the G. A. R., but even at this late
day, in disregard of the injunctions of
the circular, dilatory pests are making
The barracks which havebecn erected
are of weed, commodious and comfort
able, but the committee finds that it
' ty will be absolutely impossible te erect
additional quarters in time for the en
campment. This decision has been
rcached with regret, that the pests did
net' make known their desires before
waiting until tcolate for the committee
te previde for accommodations. There
are ample accommodations in hotels,
bearding "houses and private residences
in the city for as many additional pests
or private individuals as may apply,
which can be obtained at reasonable
rotes by applications te Cel. L. P.
Wright, chairman sub-commit tce en ac
commodations; A HORRID CRIME.
An Old Man nntchemd by Ills Wlfe nnd
Knox, Ind., Sept 5. IN'car San Pierre,
a small town in the west end of this
county, Nicholas Uerurity, an old Ger
man farmer, had a tnlsunderstnnd
' ing with bis wife, and she left
him, going ever te live with
her married daughter, Mrs. Charles
Iterating, who lives en an ad
joining farm. About 0 o'clock in the
evening1 the old man tried te pursuade
his wife te return home with him, which
the refused te de, whereupon he tried
te eject her from the house. At this
juncture his step-daughter, Mrs. Iterat
ing, 6truck him en the head with an
ax, knocking him down. T,he two wom
en then dragged him out into the front
-.yard, where Mrs. Gerarty held him,
while Mrs. Itersting stabbed him te
death with a butcher knife. He was
stabbed and cut In ever fifty places en
the body and face. One cut severed the
jugular vein and eight cuts were
through the groin and abdomen. His
face was almost literally slashed te
ploces. The women are under arrest
They are strongly guurded, as fears of
them being lynched ace. entertained.
Jehn G. Whlttler Dying.
-" Ha strreN Palls, N.H., Sept 5. Jehn
G. Whltticr is lying critically ill at the
home of Miss Geve, in Humpton Falls,
and his condition is such that the great-est-approhenslens
are entertained of
his rallying. Saturday morning Dr.
Howe, of Newburyport, met with Dr.
Douglass, eud they both pronounced
, the condition of Mr. 'Whitticr as ex
tremely critical and give but little hope
of his recovery.
A Torrlelo Accident.
Xiciielavville, Ky., Sept 5. The
second section of Ne. 1 south-bound Cin
cinnati Southern limited New Orleans
train labeled Pittsburgh sperta, struck
' a buggy centulning Mrs. J. T. Kami
. and two children at the Lyne crossing,
known as the Hllldale read, two miles
north of here, Sunday afternoon, kill
ing the youngest child and fatally in-
" jurlng the woman and another child.
Klllixl With a Lamp or CenU
Iadisen, Ind., Sept 5. Thrce weeks
s age, Geerge Hurley was assaulted by
',' Lawsen Clarksen and two ethers and
Js bndly beaten, he claims. Thursday
1- night Hurley saw Clarksen alone and
struck him en the head with a lump of
coal. Clarksen died Saturday morning.
Hurley is in jalL Clarksen wa3 aged
, 27 and leaves a wife and ene child.
Hurley is 112, nnd unmarried.
111 Jein Tultei) Hall.
Bie STo:EG,Yi',Va.,Sept.5. Mark Ven
der, brother of "DcvlV, JehnVenncr and
brother-in-law of Jehn Wright the
noted Kentucky desperado who has him
6eirklledf several men, and all of whom
are sworn friends of Talton Hall, who
was executed at Wise Court Heuse, Fri
day, foil from a running Wagen and was
mangled se bud that he will die.
Indiana Town Swept ly Flre.
EVANBVJLLEJncL, Sept 5, Flrebroke
out Sunday morning at Patoka, a small
town forty miles north of this city, and
destreyed nlne buildings, among them
two drug stores, three groceries
and four smaller shops. The less ii
about C10f0Q0; insurance. 815,000. The
fire is said te have been, the work of In
cendiaries. l'olieued en Corned lleef.
Spjujje FIELD, O., Sept 5. Ex-Ceuncil-man,Charlcs
Learning and family nnd
slstcr-In-law Allie Srou'fe, are suffering
from a severe case of ptomaine poison
ing, caused by eating corned beef for
supper Friday night All are out et
danger except Mrs. Learning and Miss
Sreufe. A hole in the can did it
Toek Rough ea Hats.
Waltes, Ky., Sept 5. Mrs. Richard
FlnaelL, tha wife of an old and respected
'farrier, Hying about one mIa from this
plaee, attempted suicide Sunday by talc
leg rough en raU, She will die.
, LOST CABIN MIES.
vA.l'roipeotor Return With a Wonderful.
. ' Btery About 1U'&
Dbadwoed, S. D., Sept 5. It is be
lieved here that the coebrated Lest
Cabin mines have been found. Wm. S.
Dany, a prospector, has returned from
a long prospecting tour, and brought
with him several thousand dollars'
worth of geld nuggets and a number of
specimens of ere fairly bristling
with particles of "geld. Dany'6
story is that some weeks age,
while hunting in the western
part of the Black Hills, he stumbled
into what he at first suppesed was a
small cave, but which upon subsequent
investigation proved te be a room thirty
by twenty feet and of an average helght
of seven feet, rudely hewn out of solid
rock by human hands. This room he
first discovered te contain the skeleten
of a human being, which, exciting hi:
turleslty, Induced a search that was re
warded, by finding geld nuggets of the
aggregate value of ,825,000. The place
was many miles from a settlement,
and he remained until a week age,
searching for the mine from which the
nuggetts came. He claims te have
found it and says that the ere he has was
taken from it The fnet that Dany haa
se much geld with him lends plausibil
ity te the story, which is creating a
great deal of excitement and will cause
numerous prospecting parties te star!
out It is net probable that they will find
the mine, however, as Dany refused te
lecate it any mere definitely than by
saying It Is about fifty miles from Dead Dead
weed, in the western part of the Black
They Will Net Abandon lhclr Chei cm
PutlcnU In Paris.
Londen, Sept 5. The Dally News
has the following from Paris: "The
lay nurses In the various hospitals in
this city have refused td avail them
selves of the erder of the beard of
health releasing them from compulsory
attendance en cholera cases. They had
a meeting Saturday and passed a reso
lution declaring that it would be inhu
man and cowardly te withheld their
services en such occasions. The munici
pal authorities and the beard of
health, in consideration of this most
praiswerthy action, will probably pass
a vote of thanks te these brave nurses."
Don't I.lke Soldier.
Canten, O., Sept 5. The local labor
day committee seme time age invited
Canten, Alliance, Massillon and Akren
companies O. N. O. te take part in the
labor day parade here, and they ac
cepted. September 1 the labor day
committee sent the commanding officers
of the militia a request te withdraw
their acceptance of invitation te parade
as the recent labor troubles have
embittered seme of the working
men their presence would be distaste
ful. The militia of Ohie will net par
ticipate in labor day exercises here.
The Old Dominion Line Will Sutler.
NoitreLU, Va., Sept 5. Dr. Wm. A.
Therne, Jr., quarantine medical efllcer
for this pert, Issued en order te the
agents of the Old Dominion Steamship
Ce., and New Yerlc, Philadelphia and
Norfolk railway Sunday, notifying
them that in view of the fact that Dr.
Jenkins, health officer of New Yerk,
has refused te obey the president's or
der, no mere Immigrants would be per
mitted te pass through this city or
Pretest Against Health Oil Iter Jenkins.
Washington, Sept 5. Dr. Wymnn
has received numerous dispatches from
local beards of health In different
states protesting against the action of
Health Officer Jenkins, of New Yerk.
The health officer of Norfolk, Va, tele
graphed Saturday morning te knew if
Dr. Jenkins was te be permitted te defy
the federal government If se he said
Norfolk would declare a quarantine
against New Yerlc
Hundred? ter Ainerlcu.
Qui:enstewn, Sept 5. The Gulen
line steamer Alaska, which sailed hence
Sunday for New Yerk, carried 313 sa
loon passengers, 101 second cabin pas
sengers nnd a crew of 251 men. The
Cunard linq steamer Auranla ok sailed
hence Sunday for New Yerk. She has
en beard 408 saloeu passengers, 1(15 sec
ond cabin passengers and a crew of 251
men. M aboard both steamers were in
the best of health.
Mr. HurrUeii te fte .-entlu
Loen Lakk, "Sept 5. Owing te the
impaired nervous system of Mrs. Harri
son and the obseluto rest necessary te
restore her te health her physicians
have ordered her te go south as seen as
the weather here becomes tee trying.
She will consequently net ossuine her
duties us mistress of the white house
during hla nuturan, and probably net
during the winter.
'uw-MIll Heller Explode.
Evanston, Wye., Sept 5. An engine
boiler blew up Wm. Lelshman'8 saw
mill, about twenty-five miles southwest
of here. Tem Scott and Jeannlc L.
Lelshman, son-in-law and daughter of
the owner, were instantly killed. Win.
Dare had ene leg badly injured and ene
arm broken. The mill was badly
Hepki.nsville, Ky., Sept 5. Buck
nor Loavell, a prominent citizen of this
city, who was nominated by the domo demo dome
cruts for circuit elerk of Christian
county, has withdrawn in favor of he
nominee of the pcople'q party, which lu
return pledges its support te the demo
cratic nominees for ether offices.
Killed at the Cressing.
Pittsfield, Mass.( Sept 5. The Bos Bes
toil and Albany express train struck a
team containing Albert Sedgwick and
Philip llonullle at a private crossing
near Dalten station. Rennlllc was
killed instantly and Sedgwick had both
arms and legs cut off and lived but a
Orphan ,jrluiu Ilurned.
Richmond, Va., Sept 5.-r-The orphan
asylum of the Fomule Humane Asso
ciation, Seventh and Lelgh streets, was
partially destreyed by flre Saturday
morning at 0 a. in- Fifty-elx children
were In the building. All encapcd. The
diunage la te.OOj part covered by in-luranea.
Gathered Frem All 1'arU of the Country
At Ulnten, W. Va., Minnie Lilly, a
young woman under indictment for in
fanticide, committed suiclde by taking
Typhoid fever and dysentery are
prevalent among the soldiers in Lunc;
vlllc, France. Mera than 100 have been
HI and two died.
A lady who had just arrived at the
Island of Capri from Hamburg died
there Sunday from what it is feared
is Asiatic chelera.
A fee simile of. the Columbus chart
has been almost completed by M. Vol Vel Vol
lejo, nephew of the Spanish premier.
He will send it te the Chicago fair.
Hen. Augustus Bradley, the first pres
ident of the Louisville, St Leuis nnd
Texas air line, died at midnight In New
Albany, Ind., in his seventieth year.
W. W. Fanhman, Fairfield county,
in the asylum at Columbus, O., imag
ines he is te meet Sullivan at New Or
leans, and is constantly training for the
W. J. Arkcll, owner of Judge, acting
for a New Yerk syndicate, has closed a
deal for the purchase of the Belle of
Nelsen distillery, in Nelsen county, for
S. E. Hubbard, pioneer business man
of Sandusky, O., who fell. from a ladder
Saturday evening a distance of twenty
feet, died Sunday evening from his in
juries. Deeeased was 80 years of age,
Twe cases of smallpox were Sunday
reported te the New Yerk police from
two thickly populated tenements with
in a short distance from each ether.
The patients were removed and the
The eruption of Mount .Etna has In
reased in violence. The chestnut weeds
en the mountain slopes have been de
vastated. A dense mass of lava Is flow
ing out of the crater and pouring down
the slde of the mountain.
Florence Broelcs, an inmate of ahouse
of ill-fame en Seuth Seventh street
Columbus, O., cemmitted suicide Sun
day night by taking arsenic Despond
ency ever the degradation te which she
had descended prompted her death.
At Clarksville, Tenn., Sunday morn
ing about 1 o'clock, Dan Andersen, a
eoventecn-ycar-old boy, was fatally
stabbed by Thes. II 111, at a colored
gathering in the suburbs of the city,
without provocation. Hill is in jail.
Carl Hichter, 34 years old,' of 70 West
Fifty-fifth street, New Yerk, a prisoner
in the Twenty-third precinct, arrested
en a charge of outrageous assault, com
mitted suicide by hanging himself te
the deer of his cell with a handkerchief
early Saturday morning.
Sur.-Gen. Wyman Sunday received
notification of the arrival of the British
steamer Lord Geerge, from Liverpool,
at the Delaware Breakwatcr quaran
tine, with a crew of 70 seamen, 343 im
migrants and 22 cabin passengers
aboard. They report all well; no sick
ness aboard. Vessels nud passengers
were held for orders.
The Yankee Deedle, said te be the
fastest steam yacht in the world, was
destroyed by the bursting of her boiler
at Philadelphia. Themas and William
McBridc, the owners, and William
Naulty and Richard Fisher, their
guests, who had taken the beat down
the river for a gunning trip, had a nar
row escape with their life.
Ilcnd ut the Age el 132 year.
Menteiiey. Mcx., Sept 5. Mrs. Mar
garita Rivers, grandmother of Gov.
Galan of Ceahullla, died here at the age
of 132 years. She was born in Spain
and came te Mexico ever a century age.
She recently received from the arch
bishop at Madrid a copy of the cathe
dral record of her birth. Her health
for the past several years has been very
feeble and she was confined te her
Celuuilms Duy In Ohie.
Celumiius, Sept 5. Gov. McKinley
issued Saturday afternoon a proclama
tion calling attention te Columbus day,
en October 21, and recommending its
commemoration by appropriate exor exer
cises. THE MARKETS. -
FLeim Winter patent, 1 4.001. 40; fancy,
Kl.5aa3.7D-, family, fitiea'iTO; extra, ji25fl'.i4U;
low grade, H OOaS 00, tprlng patent, H40&4.7S;
aprlnylancy, I3ftft4 2u; spring family, 13.3X5
S.C5; Ryu flour, j3.75SS.90.
Wheat Was dull and easy at 72Q73e for Ne.
S red, and geed Ne. 3 red was held at (Se, but
there were some offerings which would net
command that ngure.
Cen: Ear was quiet at 4749 for prime te
choice samples. Ne. t white shelled dcllncd te
616 and Ne. S mixed te 60a.
Oats Geed Ne. 2 white nominally held at
80c. Mixed samples sold at 3U33tJe, according
te quality. Ne. 3 white was wanted at R5e, but
fairly held at 3Ke.
nvn Coatlnued dull nnd atsy at (30e for cash
Ne. 2, and 60e for Na I Five cars of Ne. 8 Sep
tember delivery, sold et Wc
Oattlh Shippers, geed te choiea, H.25
4.75: commea te fair, 3.0ea4-0O; exen: geed
tobbetoe, M.2323.7J; common te fair. Jl.Ta3.0)j
Bcloet butcher, (-teaaiSJ; extra, H.40i,W;
fair te geed, t3.S54.00; common. U.T&32.flO;
belters: geed te choice heavy, H023.t5t geed
te chateQllght,il3.0Q3&&; common te fair, $1.50
Hogs Select heavy oed prime butchers, te. 10
&.3. fair te geed pueldng, 24.tQ2A.ll); common
and rough, fcmj&l 40; fair te Reed light, HMO
6.00; fat pigs, W 00a4.n.
Sheep ,id LAMns-r43heep Wethers and
ycArilngs, 14,5030.00; fat ewes, $1,0034 60; com
mon te fair mixed, tUOJSa 73; stock ewes, 13.25
j$.0O; extrtv, N.O4 60. Lambs Best shippers,
IftOOffiOLSV. extra, 10.60; fair te geed, !5.03&73i
butchers, (3.0034.75; culls, t3.0Q23.GO.
DALTUf OnB, Sept 5.
Wheat Steady; Na 2 red spot and Septem
ber, T4Xe; October, WMe; December, T0,c;
steamer Na 8 red, 70374Ma
Cern Steady; mixed spot, SStfe bid; Sep
tember, 53!e asked; Ootebcr Meulted; yearoJe
Oats Easier; Na 3 white western, KH4
tOKc; Na S mixed western, 37ST',ie.
IlYR-DuUi Na 3, (Be
Cntcuoe, Sept 5.
FJX)tni and Chain Oish quotations; Fleur
dull and rasy; Na S spring wheat, ?ie; Na 3
spring wheat, CdtCTes Ne. 2 red, TSic; Na 3
corn, 4SM0-. Na 2 ents, rjye; Na 3 whtte, 31c;
Na 3 whll. 3lVH&33Vte: Na rye, SOHe; Na 3
barley, dJej Na 3, SiOCSKe: Na 4, ajMle; Na
I flax-jced, (.0
Teledo, 0 Sept. ft.
wheat Dull and lower; Na 3 cash eud Sep
temper, T3Hct October, 70We; Doeombor, TbMej
Oehw Dull: Na 8 eash and September, 48ej
Oath Quiet; cash, Sae,
ItYB Dull: cash. M.
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DO A OENERAh BANKINO BUSINESS.
( It. 1'kaik'K. Cnidiler.
W. II. Cox. 1'rfdilent.
J.ve PlLJ". Vice-President.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
First That Allen C! rover. Culvert C. Arthur.
Kdwiird F. Hernden, Henry A. Ilees, H. W.
Hees nnd William Mauley nave beceme In
corporated by vlnue of the previsions of the
CleneralStatutoser Kentucky undertlionnme
of Shannen and Fermau Chapel Turnpike
Company, and the principal nlace et trnntiict trnntiict
leg business Is at the residence of Jehn II.
Hernden, Esq,, Masen county. Ky.
Second The nature of the business pro
posed le be transacted is the construction,
maintenance and operation of a turnpike
rpad from the Sardls Turnpike Kead near the
forks or Shannen creek te Fleming county
llnO near Fennan's Chfepel. a distance of
about two uud a half mill".
Third The cnpltal bteck or said corpora
tion Is six thousand dollars, in shares of
twenty-Ave dollars each, t he private stock te be
paid fn upon call or the Directors, and the
stock or Masen county lu accordance with re
quirements or theordcref the Court et Claims
of Masen county.
Fourth Said corporation shall commence
business ns seen as two thousand dollars Is
subscribed te thecaplial stock and shall con
tinue In existence nlty ears.
Fifth The allulrs of the corporation are te
he conducted by a President and it Heard of
Directors, tlve m number, a Secretary and
Treasurer, all of whom are te he stockholders
In said corporation. The tlrst set of eltlcers
shall be Allen Urevur. President: H. W. Hees,
Calvert C. Arthur, Kdward F. Hernden. II?
Ham Manlcy nnd Henry A. Hees. Directors!
Kdward F. Hernden, Secretary! It. W. Hees,
Treasurer, nnd they shall held their elllces
until the first Monday In April, 1"W. and until
their successors are chosen and qualified: nnd
every llrst Monday lu April thervulter a Pres
ident and Heard of Directors shall be cheitn
by the stockholders, Hnd a Secretory and
Treasurer by the President and Heard or Di
rectors te held for the ensuing vcar nnd until
their successors are chosen and qualified.
Sixth Tie Indebtedness of said corpora
tion shnll at no time exceed the sum of live
Seventh The private property or the stock
holder 1 te be oxempt rrem the corporate
debts of said corporation.
Aprllh. .,... ienouev
I'.nWAUD F. HKHNDON,
II. W. HKK3,
te say mucli about out
but we pnuse te lnugh with tbese who
lmigh nnd remark that the big prospects
arc just new about ns encouraging ns one
could nsk for
HENRY OUT, MAYSVILLE.
A First-class Line of
Found in a Drncr Stere.
POWER & REYNOLDS.
M PUEE DK0GS!
Paints and Oils, llcst Brushes,
Finest Soups nnd Perfumes, the
Cheirest Assortment of Fancy
Goods, Greatest Vnriety of Lamps
All for snle by
J. JAMES WOOD,
Prc-cnpiien1- nt all hetus picpwrt iih
caie and neenrnty by William C Weed,
Before buying a Gas TflT I DQI?
Steve, see the ShKjLil Oft
It cooks with a current of het air. Te
be had of
O. 1. 0LDHA31, liUseoeiiiVst!
WHITE, JLMJD & CO.
At Ne. 42 V, 8?cend Street.
CHAS. A. GARDNER!
SEPTEMBER 15th, '92
Advance sale opens Monday morning,
Sept. 12th. nt 8 o'clock.
Dr. MORRIS II. PHISTER,
Makes a specialty or Chronle DUenscs or
everr character, promlnent anieuiur which nre
Snttii Calurriih, Threat and f.una I reuble.
Pllen and Fistula curcl by a new system et
PalnlcM and Uloedlew lursery. Cain an
Office corner Third nnd
Au exhibition manifestly worthy Its
American reputation' and the extensive
"premises with which it came upeu Au-strilia?r-tytary
JUST FROM ITS
Te exhibit in all its pilllionnlre perfec
tion nt Maysville Wednesday,
OF THE WORLD.
Only stupendous living Australian ex
hibit, reu'al Reman hippodrome, monster
menagerie, only giant hippopotami, trio
of most tremendous tigers, only school of
trained monster sea liens, biggest clr
cusses en eaith. only tribe of wild Be
douin wniner athletes, only darkest Af
rienn aquarium. Antipodean Avinrj. the
Olymplnan staire of old. only royal Japa
nese troupe, mid air gymnasium, chil
dren'', faiiyland frolics, "groteMpie carni
val. Arabian Niglils. romances, spectacu
lar phgrimaues te Mecca. supcrDest free r
Mere prellt and pleasure for the money
nnd the one cheap price of admission
tban nny ether na pver even dreamed of
daring te offer
Acknowledged urcatest in two great
empires. A bridge of wonders t-pnuning
the Pacific. Every net ns pictured.
Every attraction as described. Every
premise fulfilled. It has mnde the grent grent
est journey of the kind. Most daring
fent of private enterprise. Whole rail
road trains of vnst and novel shows.
Grent steamship leads of strangely cu
rious things. An artist army in stupen
One huudicd ch'impiens Eighty novel,
brilliant acts. New faces fiem afar.
Hum and co tly nevltics Great deeds
of modern times and ancient days. Orig
inal and nsteunditiL' revelations. Heroes
and heroines of the arena and race course
Imperial program of most thrilling races.
Every hipnodrematic, equestrian, rcrlal
nnd athletic display possible te genitis,
daring nnd physical perfection The
beauty, grace, and skill of every Natien.
Pre emident lady charioteeistinii jeckeys.
The meit grotesque fun makers Beasts
ihnt de everything but talk. Every liv
ing thine, fent, feature and production
weithy of nssocintien with the greatest
shows Grandest uiuphithenter ever
Everybody should see Its glorious free
morning holiday parade A dazzling,
sensational millionaire display of golden
elfland, Arabian nights, oriental, wild
beasts, spectacular, resplendent wonders.
Twe Performances Daly
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